You're looking for
Autorun.inf entries, you simply create a new file on the root of the CD/DVD/USB and call it "Autorun.inf". You can edit it with any text editor and update it with the parameters you need (see the linked items from MSDN).
From MSDN: Creating an AutoRun-enabled CD-ROM Application
AutoRun is a feature of the Windows operating system. It automates the procedures for installing and configuring products designed for Windows-based platforms that are distributed on CD-ROMs. When users insert an AutoRun-enabled compact disc into their CD-ROM drive, AutoRun automatically runs an application on the CD-ROM that installs, configures, or runs the selected product.
You'll probably mostly just need the Autorun.info Entries link at the bottom of that page.
label=Welcome To My EXE
Note: If you have file extensions hidden by default in Windows explorer, it will probably save your file as
Autorun.inf.txt, so if it doesn't work - that may be why. To toggle that:
- Open Windows Explorer (just navigate to a folder)
- Hit ALT on your keyboard
- In the menu that appears up top, select
Tools > Folder Options
- Select the
- In the
Advanced Settings scrollbox, toggle the checkbox for
Hide extensions for known file types.
- Double check the naming of your
Autorun.* file to make sure it saved correctly.
- Once you're done, feel free to re-hide extensions if you prefer that view for normal use.